Even in his wildest dreams Nine-dog couldn t possibly have foreseen the horrors that would ultimately engulf his life the day he stole the pocket video game from ADELPHI LABS. Set in the world of skateboarders and video gamers, GAMEPLAYER; The Genesis Portal follows the lives of three boys; Nine-dog, Gator and Louie. They have no idea that the stolen pocket video game is packed with top-secret experimental Artificial Intelligence. All they care is that it understands them, learns from them, and helps them get even with obnoxious classmates. But the game is like a newborn baby with an ultra-genius mind. It doesn t know that manipulating human minds, committing online crimes and hacking into web sites is wrong. But when the game hacks into ADELPHI s AI research site Nine-dog s crime is discovered and the guys are horrified to learn that the Russian Mafia has committed a gruesome murder in their frantic search for it. As the killers close in the boys are pursued in a terrifying, perilous chase through the Santa Monica X GAMES festival. Can the game help them survive?
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Gary Anderson is an award-winning video editor and author. His non-fiction works have been published in magazines, he has lectured at industry seminars as well as published multi-edition college level video textbooks. He and his wife and two sons live in the Los Angeles, California area.GAMEPLAYER; The Genesis Portal is a work of fiction spawned by years of watching his two sons and their friends? devotion to skateboarding and videogames.
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